Date: 15 March - 19 April 2009
Location: Picture This Atelier, Bristol, UK

a TV and three screens showing bright images in a dark exhibition space


  • 1Double Exposure installed as part of Three exhibition at Picture This, 2008
  • 2HLM Costume installed as part of Three exhibition at Picture This, 2008

Three exhibition installed at Picture This, 2008


Three is an exhibition of new film and video works that utilise multi screens as a means to communicate a range of contemporary cultural issues.

The three screen device offers the possibility to present different moments in time, narratives or picture views simultaneously.

The exhibition includes works by Karen Brett, Gloria Ojulari Sule and Sarah Tulloch in a show that gives voice to hidden lives, represents multicultural identities and turns forgotten documentary into kaleidoscopic abstraction. This is the first time these three Bristol based artists have worked with film and video and this has been made possible through Picture This' unique Small Wonders scheme.


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Gloria Ojulari Sule

Gloria Ojulari Sule joined the Small Wonders scheme in 2006-2007 and received support from Picture This in the making of HLM Costume.

Small Wonders
2002 - 2009

Our Small Wonders professional development scheme offered artists the mentoring support and technical resources needed for making film and video

Sarah Tulloch

Sarah Tulloch's work investigates the cultural representation of landscape and its relationship to the material fabric of the photographic image.

Karen Brett

The concerns within Karen Brett's practice are people orientated and explore challenging issues that are concealed from the public eye.